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Adenine nucleotides in cellular energy transfer and signal transduction, edited by S. Papa, A. Azzi, J.M. Tager

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Adenine nucleotides in cellular energy transfer and signal transduction
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Contents
  • Molecular biology and assembly of yeast mitochondrial ATP synthase -- The mitochondrial H(sup +)-ATP synthase -- Studies on the structure of the mitochondrial ATP synthase complex and the mechanism of ATP synthesis -- Number, localisation and function of the non-catalytic adenine nucleotide binding sites of mitochondrial F(sub 1)-ATPase -- Fluoroaluminium and fluoroberyllium complexes as probes of the catalytic sites of mitochondrial F(sub 1)-ATPase -- Regulation of ATP synthesis in rat heart cells -- Uncoupling action of fatty acids on heart muscle mitochondria and submitochondrial particles is mediated by the ATP/ADP antiporter -- Mitochondrial function and biogenesis in cultured mammalian cells without functional respiratory chains -- Regulation by adenine nucleotides, cyclic nucleotides and protein synthesis of the maturation of rat liver mitochondrial functions -- Inhibition of the mitochondrial ATPase by polyborate anions designed for neutron capture therapy -- (sup 31)P MR spectroscopic studies of metabolic lesions in the liver
  • (cont.) Mitochondrial mutations and the ageing process -- Structural and functional alterations of mitochondrial F(sub 0)F(sub 1) ATP synthase in various pathophysiological states -- Long range intramolecular linked functions in the Ca(sup 2+) transport ATPase of intracellular membranes -- Synthesis and characterisation of radiolabeled azido-derivatives of P(sup 1),P(sup 5)-Di (Adenosine-5') pentaphosphate for mapping studies of adenylate kinase -- Protein phosphorylation and the regulation of sugar transport in gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria -- Signal transduction of the phosphate regulon in Escherichia coli mediated by phosphorylation -- The protein kinase C family in signal transduction and cellular regulation -- Structure-function studies on the protein kinase C family members -- Mechanism of protein kinase C-mediated signal transduction -- Structural studies on the protein kinase C gene family -- gas-tocopherol inhibits smooth muscle cell proliferation and protects against arteriosclerosis -- Protein kinase C and G proteins -- Casein kinases
  • (cont.) Spectrophotometric assay of protein kinases -- KGF receptor -- The receptor for the hepatocyte growth factor-scatter factor -- The kit receptor for the stem cell factor -- Liver adenulyl cyclases -- Structural and functional organization of the catalytic domain of a bacterial toxin -- Signal transduction as studies in living cells by (sup 31)P-NMR -- Adenylate cyclase-haemolysin toxin of Bordetella pertussis -- Are purine nucleoside triphosphate cyclases an example of convergent evolution? -- Sensory transduction in dictyostelium -- Structure and function of P-glycoproteins
  • (cont.) Function and regulation of the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator -- The 70KDa peroxisomal membrane protein -- Latency of peroxisomal enzymes in digitonin-permeabilized cells -- Dual action of fluorescein derivatives on KATP channels -- Control of synthesis of uncoupling protein and ATPase in animal and human brown adipose tissue -- Detection of the uncoupling protein (a nucleotide modulated H(sup +)-translocator) and its mRNA in human diseases
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viii, 476 p.
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